Linky Thursday

I remember getting Greek lettered shirts when I was in college (I even got my mom a really cute one for mother’s day that just said “Mom”) – they were terribly expensive. Learn how to create your own so they look like they came out of store for sororities.

Ruffles are all the rage right now. Lear how to create (another) ruffled skirt.

Alright so there really is no sewing involved this this project (although I suspect you’ll want to hem the raw edges), but I love grommets and it’s a great way to add curtains to a room fast: DIY Grommet Drapes

Have some oilcloth, but don’t know what to do with it? This quick oilcloth tote tutorial is a great solution!

It’s a t-skirt! An easy tutorial that transforms a skirt into a tunic style shirt – I think there’s even a sewing pattern that looks quite a bit like this.

A really cute DIY fairy wand – great for princesses and parties (I can even see making this up in red, white and blue for the 4th).

I’m always stumped as to what I can make with things like quilter’s layer cakes. I never thought of making a wallet!

Repurpose old t-shirts into a 5-strand headband. I think I had better learn how to braid that much material because I’d love to make some! Not into headbands? How about dishcloths?

I am seriously in love with this pencil skirt with gathered waist darts.

Very easy and super cute t-shirt dresses for girls. Pair this up with one of these hair bows and you’ve got a rockin’ ensemble!

A great way for kids to store their rocks, bugs, pinecones, and flowers this summer: The Nature Bag.

Transform an old hula hoop and some sheets into a fun outdoor play tent.